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Yukon government employees as of 2002: 3,749. Yukon government employees as of 2006: 4,444. Percentage increase: 19.

Yukon government employees as of 2002: 3,749.

Yukon government employees as of 2006: 4,444.

Percentage increase: 19.

Yukon government payroll as of 2002: $246.4 million.

Yukon government payroll as of 2006: $301.9 million.

Percentage change: 23.

Number of government employees who are First Nation: 368.

Percentage of the civil service: 13 per cent.

Percentage of the Yukon population who are

First Nation ancestry: 23 per cent.

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